2017, Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part D
Comparative study on effectiveness of trigger point release versus cervical mobilization in chess players with mechanical neck painAuthor(s):
Dr. Basavaraj Motimath and Dr. Nabeel AhammedAbstract: Background:
Mechanical neck pain can be defined as generalized neck and/or shoulder pain with mechanical characteristics including symptoms provoked by maintained neck postures or by movement. Mechanical neck pain causes morning stiffness, pain on forward flexion and also returning to erect position, pain is often aggravated by extension, lateral flexion, rotation and exercises. When playing chess on chess board for many hours continuously the players may notice increasing aches and pain in neck.
Objective: To find out the effectiveness of trigger point release versus cervical mobilization in chess players with mechanical neck pain
Study design: Pre-test Post-test Experimental study design
Methods: Subjects will be randomly selected through inclusion criteria and exclusion criteria. Pre and post treatment assessment of pain and Disability using Neck Disability Index and range of motion using Universal Goniometer will be taken Subject will be assigned to group A and group B with 15 patients in each group. Treatment will be given 3 sessions in 1 week for 1 month duration.
Outcome Measures: Neck Disability Index and Universal Goniometer
Results: There is significant difference in effectiveness of trigger point release versus cervical manipulation in chess players with mechanical neck pain.
Conclusion: This experimental study was performed on 30 subjects 15 subjects in each group with complaints of neck pain with intervention in the form of trigger point release and SNAG. The group treated with SNAG approach had significant improvement in ROM of cervical joint, pain and disability due to mechanical neck pain than those treated with trigger point release. Pages: 207-211 | 1186 Views 65 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Dr. Basavaraj Motimath, Dr. Nabeel Ahammed. Comparative study on effectiveness of trigger point release versus cervical mobilization in chess players with mechanical neck pain. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2017;4(3):207-211.